Eagle, Colorado. April 13, 2016. Please join the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado and SpeakUp ReachOut, the suicide prevention coalition of Eagle County, as local clinical psychologist, Dr. Jill Squyres, shares her personal story as a psychotherapist who lost a client to suicide. Therapists’ feelings about clients who take their lives often include sorrow, anxiety, guilt, anger and shame. Because of confidentiality requirements and liability concerns, a mental health professional’s ability to talk about the loss and get emotional support may be limited. Coping with the suicide of a client is difficult both personally and professionally, however, like most life-changing events, it can teach valuable lessons we can all benefit from.
The presentation will be held April 13th at 9:30am-10:30am in the Garden Level Conference Room, Eagle County Building (500 Broadway), Eagle, Colorado 81361.
Call in information: 712-775-7031, meeting #335026.
Goals of the presentation include:
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Educational sessions are free and open to the public. For more information go to www.suicidepreventioncolorado.org or email email@example.com.
About the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado: The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado (SPCC) was formed in 1999, when concerned citizens set out to create a statewide agency with the purpose of preventing suicide and creating a resource network for those who were working to prevent suicide around the state. Today, SPCC’s membership of concerned agencies, organizations and individuals who are working in the areas of suicide prevention, intervention and postvention has statewide reach. The mission of the SPCC is to reduce suicide and its impact for all Coloradans through advocacy, collaboration and education. www.suicidepreventioncolorado.org
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